NEFT/RTGS/DD/PAYORDER/CHEQUE DROP ONLY DRUGS LICENCE HOLDER TIRUPATI PHARMACEUTICAL
UNION BANK OF INDIA
Account No.: 361601010128512
IFSC Code UBIN0536164
TIN No : 19324118065
To serve the clients, we are into a business of manufacturing and exporting a huge range of medicines like Capsules (General Category) that is certified with WHO GMP. The offered product array is formulated from high grade ingredients and advanced technology under the supervision of skilled professionals. In the processing of these Capsules (General Category), premium quality salts and chemicals are used.
- Long shelf life
- Minimum side effects
- Best packaging
- Azithromycin Capsules USP 250mg
- Azithromycin Capsules USP 500mg
- Chloramphenicol Capsules BP 250mg
- Chloramphenicol Capsules BP 500mg
- Cyclosporine Capsules USP 25mg
- Cyclosporine Capsules USP 50mg
- Cyclosporine Capsules USP 75mg
- Doxycycline Capsules BP 100mg
- Erythromycin Estolate Capsules BP 250mg
- Fluconazole Capsules 150mg
- Fluconazole Capsules 50mg
- Fluconazole Capsules 100mg
- Fluconazole Capsules 200mg
- Fluoxetine Capsules USP 20mg
- Fluoxetine Capsules USP 10mg
- Indometacin Capsules BP 25mg
- Itroconazole Capsule 100mg
- Lansoprazole Delayed Release Capsules USP 15mg
- Lansoprazole Delayed Release Capsules USP 30mg
- Mefenamic Acid Capsules BP
In general, multivitamin pills should contain 100% of the daily value for the following vitamins: B1, B2, B3, B12, B6, D, C, E, folic acid, magnesium, copper, selenium, and zinc. While daily values are based on the highest need of the population, the actual need may vary. For example, the daily value for iron is listed as 18 mg, which is what is needed for women of childbearing age.
Dry syrups are the mixtures that require the addition of water at the time of dispensing inadequate chemical stability of drug in aqueous vehicle to avoid the physical stability problem.
Our products have created a standard market for themselves and have been widely accepted. These pharmaceutical syrups have better effect on any kind of cold, coughs or any other medical problems.
Making & using external preparations is all part of what attracts us to herbal medicine in the first place: you can make them yourself from simple ingredients; there are almost limitless creative combinations to be discovered & made; they visibly work; the process is alchemical. Making things like ointments and creams at home is one of the most satisfying ways to spend an afternoon. All you really need to get started is a heatproof bowl, a pot of hot water, some basic ingredients & some jars. You can always add to your materials and equipment later.
A patient put ear drops in her eye and experienced burning and itching. Why did she do this? Because when she filled her prescription for eye drops, the pharmacy dispensed ear drops instead and labeled the drops as eye drops. This is not too uncommon, unfortunately, for a variety of reasons. Sometimes the physician’s handwriting is so poor that the pharmacist misreads the prescription. In this case, the pharmacy technician prepared the prescription, and the pharmacist missed the error when checking her work. As a patient, be aware that this can happen. Double-check the label on the product–if it says “otic,” it’s for the ear, and if it says “ophthalmic,” it’s for the eye. Ear drops NEVER go in the eye, but some eye products can be used safely in the ear. Ask your pharmacist when you fill an ear or eye drop prescription to counsel you about the product to prevent this error from happening to you.
Oral liquids are homogeneous liquid preparations, usually contains a solution, an emulsion or a suspension of one or more active ingredients in a suitable liquid base. They are prepared for oral administration either as such or after dilution. They may contain other substances such as suitable dispersing, solubilizing, wetting, emulsifying, stabilizing, suspending, thickening agents and antimicrobial substances for preservation. They may also contain suitable sweetening agents, flavoring agents and permitted coloring agents.
An injection (often referred to as a “shot” in US English, or a “jab” in UK English) is an infusion method of putting fluid into the body, usually with a syringe and a hollow needle which is pierced through the skin to a sufficient depth for the material to be administered into the body. An injection follows a parenteral route of administration; that is, administration via a route other than through the digestive tract.